The Dirty Dancing cast members are back in the spotlight after being forced to dance to a soundtrack from a video game in front of a crowd of angry fans during their performance of the video game’s original track, “Kong: Skull Island.”
The Dirty Dancing show was interrupted by a chorus of “fuck you” and “shut up,” as the cast members performed the song while they were being escorted from the stage by police, according to TMZ.
The video of the show, posted online by the gossip website TMZ, shows the dancers leaving the stage.
The entire crowd reacted with disgust and yelled profanities at the members of the Dirty Dancing team.
The show was disrupted by a song.
AP reporter Jonathan Lemire/The Washington Post The Dirty Dance cast members leave the stage during the Dirty Dance premiere at the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards in Hollywood, California, U.S., February 6, 2021.AP/Michael Buckner The show was also interrupted by the crowd’s screams of “kill you!” when the Dirty Dancers walked out.
“We were just getting ready to do our song when it happened, and it was a huge fucking thing.
We were all kind of on the ground.
We weren’t sure what was happening, but the crowd just started screaming and stuff,” a Dirty Dancing spokesperson told TMZ.”
There was a really loud and intense part where the guy that was standing next to us walked up to the stage, and we all sort of looked at each other and went ‘fuck you’ and just got off the stage,” the spokesperson added.
The Dirty Dancer team was then escorted out of the stage and into police lines.
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